Treasure Island

Treasure Island

In this early film adaptation of the classic novel by Robert Louis Stevenson, young Jim Hawkins is caught up with the pirate Long John Silver in search of buccaneer Captain Flint's buried treasure.

Young Jim Hawkins is torn between his loyalty to his benefactors and his affection for lovable rogue Long John Silver in their struggle to recover a buried pirate treasure. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Treasure Island torrent reviews

LaToya G (it) wrote: I can't wait till it airs in VA... I support this film 100%!!

Robert A (au) wrote: A very interesting story.

Masorad (it) wrote: Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. Sometimes a picture is worth one: bad.

Allan C (gb) wrote: Director Dario Argento's second film is one of his least favorites, though this one definitely a lot better when compared to his output in recent years (his "Dracula 3-D" was just an embarrassment!). In the late 80s and 90s, Argento seemed to make a full shift from giallo/thriller types of films to straight horror and I think his quality of films suffered. "Suspiria" is an undeniable horror classic, but I really do think Argento was a much stronger director in these giallo style thrillers, which were much more Hitchcock influenced than horror influenced. In this film, a reported, James Franciscus of "Beneath the Planet of the Apes" fame and a blind man, Karl Malden, try to find the killer behind a series of grizzly murders. The story is pretty thin, but it's the artfully made and highly effective set pieces set this film apart. There's also a nice Ennio Morricone score before he hooked up with the band "Goblin" who provided the memorable scores for many of his films. This film isn't as good at Argento's "Deep Red" or "The Bird with the Crystal Plumage" but it is still worth checking out. Reflecting now on Argento's work, I think he may have been someone who was overpraised back in the day. He somewhat deceived audiences, because he has an amazing visual style that is reminiscent of European art-house directors, which created the illusion that his films were more than simply well made genre pictures, which is now what i believe Argento's film to be. Still, even if he is just basically making visually arresting films with stories that could have come from your average Roger Corman picture, he's doing them quite well and he does get credit for being one of the first directors to bring extreme violence to cinema, long before the term was coined for the Takashi Miikes of the world.

James H (jp) wrote: Fairly ordinary crime mystery, very much a product of the era it is from. It is boosted by Sidney Poitier's presence and a fine score by Quincy Jones. The characters are a bit stereotyped and things are spelled out a bit too much. Plays a bit like a cop show from television in the 1960's.

Jamie K (mx) wrote: My least favorite Bronson film. Very boring, long, and little action. What do you expect, it's a French film.

Joe E (au) wrote: it's the duke, what more is tere to say..

Dan C (jp) wrote: Mamma Mia with different songs! Some of the songs are quite painful to listen too

Mauro Andres C (au) wrote: Best animated movie of 2016, a 5 star one, i really want a sequel. Oh, i forgot something! Shakira, she is a incredible artist, she is the queen of latin pop.